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Tim Clarke

Assistant Coach

At Carlton : 2016 -
Playing Career : Hawthorn 2001-08 (96 games, 39 goals)
Height : 176 cm ( 5 ft. 9 in.)
Weight : 77 kg (12 stone, 2 lbs.)
DOB : April 2, 1982

Tim Clarke joined Carlton in September 2015 after spending four of the previous five seasons on the coaching staff at Richmond. Appointed as the Blues’ midfield coach for 2016, Clarke brings with him almost two decades of elite-level experience.

Tim’s father David Clarke played a total of 211 games for Geelong and Carlton in a decorated career between 1971 and 1981. Tim grew into an outstanding junior footballer at Geelong College, and could have followed in his father’s footsteps and joined Geelong under the father-son rule had he wished. However, he decided to make his own way when the time came. A slender wingman or flanker with pace and exceptional endurance, he was drafted by Hawthorn and gave the Hawks excellent service in a 96-game career from 2001 to 2008.

When Hawthorn delisted him, Clarke joined Richmond as a development coach. He took a year off to travel overseas in 2012, then returned to Punt Road as senior coach of Richmond’s VFL affiliate, the Coburg Tigers. Richmond opted to field a stand-alone team in the competition in 2015, and Clarke became its inaugural coach.

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